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Rasgulla Balls ( Base Recipe )

Apr-04-2019
Viraj Raiyani
10 minutes
Prep Time
20 minutes
Cook Time
5 People
Serves
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ABOUT Rasgulla Balls ( Base Recipe ) RECIPE

Any Rasgulla or Ras malai fan in the house ? Well I am sure everyone loves eating these two beauties. Be it any festival, one does mot simply say no to the iconic Rasgullas. Making perfect spongy balls is a tough task, right? Sometimes balls get hard or lose their shape as you soak them into sugar syrup, it happens to the best of us. Well sharing my recipe for making perfect balls for desserts. This is just a base recipe, there are so many desserts that can be made using these balls. Rasmalai, Komola Bhog, Rasgulla Payesh, Rasgulla Cake ... and much more.

Recipe Tags

  • Veg
  • Easy
  • Festive
  • Indian
  • Boiling
  • Dessert
  • Healthy

Ingredients Serving: 5

  1. 1 litre milk
  2. 2 tbsp vinegar
  3. water
  4. 1 cup sugar

Instructions

  1. Start by heating a pan and pour the milk and allow it to boil properly. Keep stirring it so that it doesn't get stick at the bottom.
  2. Once the milk has come to boil turn off the gas and add 2 tsp of vinegar, stir it gently and wait for the magic to happen.
  3. Leave it untouched for a minute or two or until the milk has curdled properly.
  4. Drain the cheena using a fine piece of thin cloth. Run it under cold water until the smell of vinegar fades away.
  5. Now comes the most important step, kneeding of cheena should be done properly and gently. It would take arond 8 minutes or so.
  6. After kneeding roll it properly and make equal size of balls.
  7. Heat pan and add sugar and water for preparing sugar syrup. Once the syrup is prepared, add balls to it. Cover it and bring it to boil on medium heat for 10 mins.
  8. After 10 minutes turn off the gas and do not open the lid for another 10 minutes.
  9. After 20 minutes open the lid and transfer them to another vessel.
  10. Now its totally your choice whether to eat just like that or use it for making Rasmalai or any other dessert.
  11. For making Rasmalai dip the balls in milk instead of water.

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